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Fire-fighters helped free trapped doe

ON THE morning of February 20, Bratislava firefighters rescued a roe doe trapped in a garden on Koprivnícka Street. The doe was at risk of falling through an air-shaft into the building. Four firefighters untangled part of the wiring around the garden and helped set the doe free, the TASR newswire wrote, as informed by the Regional headquarters of Fire and Rescue Corps (HaZZ) in Bratislava.

(Source: Sme Ján Krošlák)

ON THE morning of February 20, Bratislava firefighters rescued a roe doe trapped in a garden on Koprivnícka Street. The doe was at risk of falling through an air-shaft into the building. Four firefighters untangled part of the wiring around the garden and helped set the doe free, the TASR newswire wrote, as informed by the Regional headquarters of Fire and Rescue Corps (HaZZ) in Bratislava.

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